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Drinkers in Paris enjoy one more night out before new coronavirus restrictions

After bursting back into life over the summer months after the coronavirus lockdown in March and April, the shutters came down again for bars in Paris last night. Half-empty bottles of wine were lined up on counters at the end of the evening, ready to be poured away, while fridges were emptied and cleaned. Anything open won’t be fit for consumption when the capital’s nightspots eventually reopen. It comes after Paris last week breached the maximum alert threshold of more than 250 infections per 100,000 people, with more than 30 per cent of intensive care beds reserved for coronavirus patients.

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